List of Bibliobloggers – Conservative or Liberal?
Posted by NT Wrong on October 29, 2008
A couple of evenings ago I compiled a list of currently active bibliobloggers. While there are a few such lists about, these are often not up-to-date (including dead or defunct biblioblogs), mix in primarily theological, devotional, and other blogs, list only like-minded bloggers, or have an Anglo-American bias.
So, I have compiled a list of
104  biblioblogs [and counting…]. I’m sure there are a number of good ones I’ve yet missed, so let me know.
With taxonomic fervour, I have also classified the blogs in two ways:
- 1. According to their specialisation: General, Translation and Linguistics, Theory and Reception, Early Judaism, Early Judaism and ANE, Early Judaism and Judaism, Early Christianity.
2. According to their [biblical studies-related, not political] conservative or liberal bent: Very Conservative, Fairly Conservative, Conservative Liberal, Liberal, Very Liberal.
It provides a revealing snapshot of the biblioblogging world.
If you know a blog with substantial biblical studies content which I have missed out, and you wish to be included, please fill in the form below or email me at n_t_wrong [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk
The permanent Biblioblog List is available here.
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